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Any Way To Fight These Criminal Charges?
My Fiancee Is Being Charged With 1 Account Of Theft And 2 Accounts Criminal/Graveyard Mischief. Something That Happened Over 3 Years Ago Of Which He Did Not Do. He Was Barely 18 When This Occurred And Got Drunk With Two Buddies And They Went To A Graveyard, He Doesn'T Remember That Night And Didn'T Even Know What Was Going On But One Of The Guys Decided To Rob The Security Building In The Cemetery. I Guess My Fiancee Might Have Cut Himself While With Them And The Police Got His Dna From It. He May Be Guilty For Trespassing But He Did Not Steal Anything Or Knowingly Steal Anything, He Didn'T Even Know Anything Was Stolen Until The Next Day When He Saw The Computers In His Buddy'S Car. He'S Already Served Time For Conspiracy To Commit Theft Two Years For Something He Didn'T Do But He Was Present When Three Under-Aged Kids Decided To Steal And He Knew About It And Stupidly Admitted To It. He'S Served A Year Of House Arrest And Has Three Years Probation - Two Already Served But He'S 21 Now, He'S Grown Up And Left The Crowd He Was In. He Had A Terrible Upbringing And Was Slow To Realize He Didn'T Need To Act Out To Get Attention. He'S Got Two Jobs, A Car, A House And We'Re Getting Married. He'S Paid All His Fees On Time And Has Been No Trouble For The Cops. I'M Curious If There Is Anything I Could Do To Help Him Win This. Is There Any Possible Laws That Would Prevent Them From Charging Him With Something From Over 3 Years Ago? Is There A Law Preventing Them From Using His Dna If It'S Not In A Murder Case? Any Kind Of Law That Could Help Him? He'S Done Stupid Things In His Past, He'S Paid For His Mistakes, He'S A Different Person Now - He'S Cleaned Up, He'S A Good Man But The Past Keeps Biting Him In The ***. Can They 100% Prove He'S Guilty By Having The Dna? There'S No Way To Prove One Of His Friend'S Carried His Dna. He Was Also Intoxicated And Not In The Right State Of Mind, Is That Helpful To Him? If He Turns In The Other Two Guys Who Were Involved Could That Help?
"Is there any possible laws that would prevent them from charging him with something from over 3 years ago?" Possibly. His attorney will want to look into the statute of limitations on these charges and how they apply to this case.
"Is there a law preventing them from using his DNA if it's not in a murder case?" Of course not. The admissibility of evidence has nothing to do with the charge being brought.
"Any kind of law that could help him?" Maybe the statute of limitations on the charges, but it's not likely, considering the prosecutor is familiar with it.
"Can they 100% prove he's guilty by having the DNA?" Possibly. If the DNA sample is his blood on a broken window, for example, that would pretty much seal it.
"He was also intoxicated and not in the right state of mind, is that helpful to him?" Not at all. It's his own fault he was intoxicated. A total acceptance of personal responsibility over ones chosen behavior, without excuses, would be helpful.
"If he turns in the other two guys who were involved could that help?" Maybe. And he could discuss this with his attorney.
However, if I were you, I'd discourage that. It makes both of you a target for retaliation. Plus, would you rather have a man who accepts responsibility for his mistakes, or a child who makes excuses and blames others?
Can Anyone Shed Some Light On Proper Personal Injury Claim Settlement Amounts?
My Mother And Sister Were In An Accident A Few Months Back. A Lady Rear Ended Them While They Were Stopped At A Red Light. She Took Full Responsibility For The Accident.
Damage To The Car Was Not Very Visible To The Naked Eye. Rear Bumper Damage But When We Took It To The Body Shop Vehicle Frame Damage Was Discovered.
Initially The Other Insurance Company Offered $500 For The Car Damage But Bumped It Up To $3000 When They Saw Frame Damage. That Has All Been Paid And What Remains Is The Personal Injury Claim.
One Day'S Worth Of Hospital Bills For My Mom And Sister Ran Nearly $8,000. The Other Insurance Company Classified The Situation As Standard Whip Lash. He Offered To Pay The Outstanding Bills And Give $500 Each For Pain And Suffering And $300 Each For Future Treatment.
I Used Www.Eorthopod.Com To Learn About Whiplash Injuries And Long Term Pain As A Result. Both My Mother And Sister Still Feel Some Pain And I'M Afraid Of Long Term Damage.
A lawyer can not get you 50,000. So, don't even go there. Your claim is worth what it's worth - regardless if you have an attorny or not.
Each claim is evaluated on it's own merits. The injury is what it is. So, we can't tell you what to settle for. I have not seen the photos/estimate of your car, the car that hit you, your mother/sisters medical bills/reports.
If your mom and sister incurred 8000 in meds in 1 hospt trip - that's likely a good 80% diagnostic. If the x-rays, Cat Scan/Mri that were done shows nothing wrong - then those things don't add value to the claim other than the cost of the proceedure.
A whip lash injury is a soft tissue injury. It will resolve itself with time. It is not a permanent injury and it will not cause life long problems. It will usually resolve itself. Although, anti-inflamatories and muscle relaxers can help.
As long as you don't get greedy and think that this is going to solve all your financial problems you should be fine.
How Do I Object Or Answer To A &Quot;Request For Attoney'S Fees &Quot;? I Cannot Afford A Lawyer Or Legal Aid
This Is Not An Area That &Quot;Legal Aide&Quot; Handles ...The Other Party Is Requesting That I Pay There Legal Fees, I Was The Defendent In A Harassment Charge( My Husbands Current Girlfriend !!)
I am not a lawyer, but I would recommend that you compose a letter to the judge/ magistrate that clearly and concisely details your position and reasons for objecting to the "Request for Attorney's fees". A request is just that the judge mat well deny their request, if the judge feels that there was excessive malice or ill will he may asses attorney fees. You can use the general format of the "Request for Attorney's fees" as the format for your response. This website: http://findlaw.com/ may have some useful information for you, try the civil rights and employee rights sections. Also check on your states website for when and if attorneys fees are retrievable. And finally, hopefully someone with some formal legal expertise will also answer your question. Hope I helped and Good Luck.
How Do I Find Lawyers Who Do Free Consultation. My Friend May Have Purchased A Stolen Car.?
Im In The Dayton Ohio. Long Story Short My Good Friend Stupidly Purchased A Car From Some Man She Didnt Know Paid Him Cash And Got No Receipt..Now He'S Claiming The Car'S Title Is In Someone Elses Name And She Cant Get A Title Or Tags For The Car.
I Dont Drive I Dont Even Know How, But I Know Better Then To Do This, Nevertheless, What Can Be Done..And Is There A Lawyer Who Can Review This Situation For Free..I Mean Just A Consultation I Know Lawyers Are Not Cheap Lol.
The Man Is Not Answering My Friends Calls So Im Trying To Help Her Get Prepared For An Ugly Battle..No Receipt Though She F&*# Herself And She Knows It
If you had no knowledge the car was stolen, you don't need an attorney. Call the police. Even if the car is not stolen, it is illegal to sell a car without the title.
Almost any attorney will give a free consultation. However, it will be expensive after that as there is no prospect for a big payday for him.
How Should Step-Parents Gain Legal Rights?
I Have Been Married For Almost Two Years. Last June, My Husband'S 14 Year Old Daughter Came To Live With Us Because She Doesn'T Get Along Well With Her Mother.
My Husband Works Full Time While I Work Part Time And Help With The Kids (I Also Have A 6 Year Old Son From A Previous Marriage). Recently, I Took My Step-Daughter To A Dental Appointment. They Refused To Treat Her Because I Am Not A Biological Parent And Therefore Cannot Make Treatment Decisions. My Husband Would Have To Miss Work To Bring Her To The Appointments. In Fact, According To Their Policies, We Would Not Be Able To Bring Both Children To Appointments At The Same Time Unless We Were Both Present!
While I Realize This Particular Dentist'S Policies Were A Bit Stringent, I Also Realize As A Step-Parent I Technically Have No Legal Rights. How Best Should I Deal With Legal Issues Pertaining To Obtaining Medical Treatment For My Step-Daughter? Is There Something I Should Do Legally?
stepparent does not automatically gain parental responsibilities and rights towards a child when they marry or enter into a civil partnership with the child’s parent. To gain PRR’s they have to make an application to a court. However, if the stepparent looks after the child, even on a temporary basis, they are expected by law to ‘safeguard the child’s health, development and welfare’.
Without parental responsibilities and rights, a stepparent cannot make important decisions about a stepchild’s life, such as their education or religion. This also means that a stepparent cannot usually consent to medical or dental treatment. The stepparent can only consent if a parent is unavailable and if the child cannot give consent on their own, and if they feel that the parent would agree to the treatment.
There are three ways that a stepparent can acquire parental responsibilities and rights towards their stepchild:
By adopting their stepchild
By making an application to a Court as a person who ‘claims an interest’ to the child. Other applicants may include grandparents, aunts and uncles. A parent who already has responsibilities and rights will not lose them because they have been granted to someone else;
By being appointed guardian to care for the child if their natural parent dies.
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